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Excerpt from Louisiana Conservationist, Vol. 16: March-April, 1964; Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission
In cases where it is desirable to eradicate all insects in a small area, regardless of danger to other animals or where specific crops are to be protected on specific areas or in war on epidemic disease bearing insects, chemicals are obviously the choice and when applied under controlled conditions are highly effective. Under such con trolled conditions the dangers are kept at accept able levels.
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